* Here is a delightful collection of children's poetry for young and old alike Come sail aboard a ship with a famous cartoon captain; dance in the rain while eating a popular breakfast cereal; read about the exploits of Wiggles the mischievous kangaroo;
*Includes pictures *Includes the stars' quotes about their lives and careers *Includes a bibliography for further reading "I wanted to be Stan Laurel, then I wanted to be Fred Astaire and then Captain Kangaroo. I actually started out as a ra
A favorite children's song becomes a colorful book filled with African wildlife Also known as "The Green Grass Grew All Around," this popular song has been recorded by artists from Barney to Captain Kangaroo. Now "the prettiest tree that you ever did see" is a lovely acacia tree, where a baby starling is just about to hatch. Rachel Isadora gives children a fun, easy way to follow along with the cumulative lyrics by using rebus icons for the repeated words, as she did with "12 Days of Christmas.
Wiggles - Celebration (CD NEW)Label: AbcFormat: CDRelease Date: 17 Aug 2012No. of Discs: 1UPC: 602537131938Album Tracks1. Wiggly Circus Jubilee2. Here Comes a Bear3. Rock-a-Bye Your Bear4. Ooh It's Captain Feathersword5. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star  [Version]6. Occi Tocci Onga7. Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport8. Here Come Our Friends9. Getting Strong!10.
Guided by Voices - Suitcase 4: Captain Kangaroo Won the War [Vinyl]
Captain America Men's Poly Fleece Pullover Hoodie: 100% polyester Hoodie Fleece lining Captain America shield graphic on front Mesh-lined hood with drawstring Long sleeves with ribbed cuffs Front kangaroo pocket Ribbed straight hem Officially licensed Marvel product Available in navy/silver Machine wash cold with like colors, gentle cycle, only non-chlorine bleach when needed, tumble dry low, remove promptly, low iron when needed, do not iron on decorations
Fine 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. The first printing, 208 pages, illustrated, with a Foreword by Charles Osgood. "On the morning of Oct. 3, 1955, a show debuted on CBS that would forever change children's television. Hosted by a genial man who was to become a beloved friend to generations of American children, "Captain Kangaroo" created a legendary chapter of American popular culture, spanning five decases and touching the hearts of an enitre nation.
We woke up with a bowl of cereal to Captain Kangaroo and Mr. Green Jeans on the Motorola and were to bed with a transistor radio on out pillow after the Ed Sullivan Show and Gunsmoke. In between we played hop scotch, marbles and jumped roped. We rolle